Bosnia and Herzegovina: division through education

by Beatričė Bankauskaitė & Tereza Dorňáková

Twenty-three years ago peace between the former Yugoslav republics was “officially established” by the Dayton Agreement, however, the reconciliation between the countries has been still in making. Such a significant field as education is still left behind the “more important” topics in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The project touches two examples of division in education – different content of history textbooks and phenomenon “two schools under one roof”. In the  last section you will get interactive “history lesson” about the Siege of Sarajevo and about the most important events during 20th century in Western Balkans territory.

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